Tappan UMMA Panorama
Stephen Allee, curator at the Freer-Sackler museum in Washington DC, talks to Prof. Martin Powers' class about Chinese paintings.
Professor Raymond Silverman (R) with Yaw Amankwa, a master brasscaster from Krofrom, Ghana
The Visual Resources Collections staff assists with the image needs of the History of Art and wider university community.
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Here we take a global and multicultural perspective to studying images and objects. Rigorous, cutting-edge, and inspiring, our program emphasises critical thinking, in-depth study, and an interdisciplinary curriculum. We invite you to learn more about History of Art and how it can transform your world.
Claire Zimmerman's co-curated New Brutalist Image 1949-1955 at Tate Britain
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- Molly Schoen Recaps 33rd annual Visual Resources Association conference March 25, 2015
- Joan Kee Quoted in The Art Newspaper about Art Basel in Hong Kong March 16, 2015
- Christopher Ratte talks to the BBC about how IS has sold artifacts to fund their campaigns March 16, 2015
- Baysunghur’s Model Books: Making Manuscripts in Early Fifteenth-Century Herat
Speaker: David J. Roxburgh, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Islamic Art History, Harvard
- Jordana Mendelson: "Up in Smoke: Paper, Publicity, and the Avant-garde in Barcelona”
- Tappan Talks
Speaker: Alexandra Fraser